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Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
31
accepted Difference between “infirmary” and “sick-bay”?
Jan
31
revised Difference between “infirmary” and “sick-bay”?
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Jan
31
asked Difference between “infirmary” and “sick-bay”?
Jan
28
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
24
comment What's the origin of “Copycat”?
@JLG, Incidentally the term is really copy monkey in Japanese
Jan
24
comment Are there any rules I can follow to make my own derived adjectives from a noun in English? E.g. xenogamy to xenogamic
xenogamic sounds ok......
Jan
24
asked What does “fortuitous with respect to viruses” mean?
Jan
21
comment “Instable” or “unstable”?
@Daniel, What's the difference between "unable" and "inable"?
Jan
21
comment American vs. British English: meaning of “One hundred and fifty”
Isn't 150 often read as "one hundred fifty" instead of "one hundred and fifty"?
Jan
21
comment American vs. British English: meaning of “One hundred and fifty”
@thursdaysgeek, what is "and no/100" supposed to mean?
Jan
18
comment Is “sans” a drop-in replacement for “without”?
@Mahnax, Is Shakespeare that good?
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
3
comment Is “ultimated” a word?
@Kris, It's not based on a typo. It's based on "ultimated sounding like a valid word". If it's simply a typo, this question wouldn't exist in the first place.
Dec
27
accepted Does “abstruse” carry a positive or negative connotation?
Dec
27
comment Does “abstruse” carry a positive or negative connotation?
Why doesn't people upvote this question?
Dec
23
comment How do native English speakers respond to “Thank you”?
What does etymology 1907 mean?
Dec
23
comment What does “had had” mean? How does this differ from “had”?
Ok... that doesn't actually answer the entire question
Dec
23
revised Does “abstruse” carry a positive or negative connotation?
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Dec
23
comment Does “abstruse” carry a positive or negative connotation?
Hmm, isn't "intricate" neutral? From your last paragraphy, are you suggesting "intricate" has a positive connotation too?